The chart below shows the amount of energy generated from wind in four countries from 1985 to 2000. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart compares the wind energy generation in four countries, India, Denmark, Germany, and, therefore, the US between 1985 and 2000.
Overall, initially, the US lead in wind energy production, but with time all the countries except the US showed substantial growth in wind energy production. Also, Denmark encountered the foremost significant increase among all the provided countries.
4th JAN Academic task one
In 1985, the US produced around 1200 megawatts of energy from wind. The wind energy production in India and therefore Denmark was almost an equivalent at 200 megawatts, and about double this amount was produced from wind in Germany. In India and Denmark, there was a considerable increase over the 15 years. In 2000, nearly 1200 megawatts were produced from wind in India, while about 1600 odd megawatts were generated from wind in Denmark.
Germany also witnessed a growth but not as significant as India and Denmark, and in 2000, its wind energy production held at about 900 megawatts. The US was an exception as its energy production increased to 1650 megawatts till 1990, but afterward, its production fell slightly by about 100 megawatts within the last five years.